The Po Delta with its 786 sq km, is the largest wetland in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. A place more authentic than ever and so intimately linked to the events of nature, a brackish green bubble rich in biodiversity and landscapes yet to be discovered through the 6 great branches of the river and an intricate labyrinth of canals that trace its perimeter.
Apparently harsh and rough territory but at the same time fragile and fickle like the population that inhabits it. Where the boundaries are rewritten daily by water and by man, the latter who in my work assumes at first sight a secondary and negative weight, reduced to sporadic appearances and figures immersed in the landscape, has instead a fundamental importance, allowing the territory to continue to breathe and regenerate. Thanks to the black and white and the many shades of gray that intersperse it, this choral story is created that represents the precarious balance between the human and the natural elements in this territory rich in facets and contrasts, where time is as if suspended in a limbo of timelessness.